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Monthly Archive for July, 2014

Medieval Shmup Gryphon Knight Epic Hits Kickstarter

Julie Morley writes: “In Gryphon Knight Epic we are a knight without any options other than to come out of retirement for yet another heroic quest. Sir Oliver married “the girl” and life was good in the castle, but he longed for the good ‘ol days of beating up monsters and bad guys. When he notices well-known heroes taking a turn for the dark side, he investigates with his loyal gryphon, Aquila, and must fight against countless bosses to get to the bottom of this.”

Medieval Shmup Gryphon Knight Epic Hits Kickstarter

The Last of Us Remastered Review [Gamer Headlines]

Gamer Headlines: Its hard to write a review for a game like The Last of Us, which has been out since last year. The Last of Us Remastered is especially difficult because the original game has already won so many awards. The real question isnt should I play The Last of Us? yes, you should if you havent already but should I choose the Last of Us Remastered on the PS4?


The Last of Us Remastered Review [Gamer Headlines]

Enjoy Farming and Dating in Flower Shop: Winter in Fairbrook

Hardcore Gamer: Here we are with another Winter Wolves release finally landing on Steam.

Enjoy Farming and Dating in Flower Shop: Winter in Fairbrook

Destiny: See What a Level 29 Titan Can Do

From Ryan Mccaffrey of IGN: The Destiny beta maxed out at a mere level 8. Want to see how badass you can be after you’ve reached, say, level 29? Destiny sandbox designer Sage Merrill shows off just how superpowered you can get once you hit (and exceed) the level-20 cap.

Destiny: See What a Level 29 Titan Can Do

Master Reboot Wii U review – Wii’s World

Griffin Cost checks out this psychological horror game, recently released on the Wii U eShop.

Master Reboot Wii U review – Wii’s World

Review: Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark (Pure Nintendo)

Pure Nintendo: “Transformers: Rise of The Dark Spark has an identity crises. It desperately wants to be the cool kid on the playground. It was a nice attempt but doesnt stand up to any other Sci-fi adventure game. The game does have some surprisingly difficult sections, but those are probably blamed more on game mechanics than game design. In its defense its perfect for tween age. Just like its demographic, Transformers: Rise of The Dark Spark is stuck in that transition from child to teen. Maybe if I were a teen I would really enjoy this game. But I am not and this game flirted with unplayable.”

Review: Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark (Pure Nintendo)

Former Lionhead and EA Veterans Reveal ‘Oort Online’

Hardcore Gamer: Wonderstruck, a studio comprised of a former Lionhead and EA Veterans, have revealed their latest game, Oort Online.

Former Lionhead and EA Veterans Reveal ‘Oort Online’

How Sledgehammer tricks you into believing the visual realism of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

Making human faces believable has been a goal of video game developers for a long time. So it may not surprise you that the makers of the new Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare a game in a franchise that has virtually unlimited development budgets have tried to deliver on this promise in the latest installment of the multibillion-dollar

How Sledgehammer tricks you into believing the visual realism of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

PS4 Soundly Beats Xbox One and Wii U in Google Popularity; Wii U Overtook Xbox One on Youtube at E3

The first half of the 2014 is now behind our backs, and all the big three (Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo) have published their financial and sales reports with a rather wide range of results, but what about one of the most basic indexes of popularity on the internet? PS4 Beats the Xbox One and the Wii U rather soundly on google and youtube searches, but there are some surprises.

PS4 Soundly Beats Xbox One and Wii U in Google Popularity; Wii U Overtook Xbox One on Youtube at E3

Sherlock, Shmerlock – Jenny LeClue is on the Case. | Cliqist

Julie Morley writes: “In Jenny LecClue, we play as Jenny, a young, talented, and insightful detective who has been solving cases around Arthurton for a while. Arthurton is a beautiful and quaint college town known for its innocent nature and lack of complications. With a passion for mysteries and seeking out the tiny details, she gets sucked into minor cases all the time that leave her bored to tears but when she has the murder of Dean Strausberry on her hands, her world is flipped upside down and she’s stuck in the middle of a real challenge.”

Sherlock, Shmerlock – Jenny LeClue is on the Case. | Cliqist